KABUL: The students of Abdul Raheem Shaheed Highschool returned to their classes four days after a blast target nearby the schools—that left scores of people killed and wounded.
Teachers at the school asked the Islamic Emirate to ensure the security of all education centers and schools in the country.“As teachers we ask the Islamic Emirate to ensure the security of all people of the country, especially the security of schools and mosques,” said Mohammad Taqi Hosseini, a teacher at Abdul Rahim Shahid School.
An organization also distributed flowers and pens to each student.“It hurts a lot when we come here and Milad Alizada our best friend is no longer with us.
It’s really painful when we see that our talented friend has been martyred,” said Sayed Nematullah, a student.However, Bilal Karimi, Deputy Spokesman of the Islamic Emirate said that plans have been made to ensure security throughout the country.
“At the public level, it is necessary for such incidents to be prevented, including schools and mosques,” said Bilal Karimi, Deputy Spokesman of the Islamic Emirate.
Last Week, three consecutive blasts rocked west of Kabul city, inflicting casualties on civilians most of them school students.
Following the attack, a delegation of the Ministry of Interior met with the victims of the attack and provided them with cash.